This week, pastors Gillespie and Riley wrap up their reading and discussion of Philip Melanchthon's Loci Communes on the power of the law. How does God use his word of law to curb our sinful [...]
This week, pastors Gillespie and Riley dive back into Philip Melanchthon's Loci Communes. More on the power the law, how God works through the law to reveal our sin, and distinguishing between [...]
Christian prayer is a wonderful gift. Jesus today promises that our Father hears our prayers for His sake. He tells how to pray, what to pray, and why to pray. And thus, prayer is His gift to us, [...]
This week, pastors Gillespie and Riley read and discuss Hermann Sasse’s “This Is My Body.” Sasse examines the events at the Marburg Colloquy and how it influenced Lutheran and Protestant [...]
For all that Thomas is, I thank God. Yes, for his pig-headedness, for his doubt, for his denial, for his dyed-in-the-wool skepticism — for all that, I thank God. Why? Because, as St. Gregory put [...]
This week, pastors Gillespie and Riley read and discuss Werner Elert’s examination of the Lord’s Supper as the heart of the Church, the liturgy, and Christian life.
This week, pastors Gillespie and Riley read and discuss another one of Luther’s commentaries on the penitential psalms.